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're going to have a video. >> my name is shirley cavara and work for oakland school district and early education and people come from san joaquin valley and my family is located in the area. the best thing about working here is meeting all the families, and connecting with the kids, and when it finally clicks to them "oh that's what that means". even if it's small steps with some kids it's a great feeling that you have made an accomplishment in their lives that they will remember, so here it started down at ice age and moved to second avenue because it got too big want there was a preschool there and out grew that area and we had three choice in oakland to have the child care center at and the parents chose this one and up in the hills and don't feel like you're in oakland and conducive to our setting and lifestyle as indian people, and a lot of our kids that graduated here are doing community work. they're out there working with their people so we have made a strong impact with kids and you don't think about it. you just do what you do and what comes natural in working with kids an
troops in afghanistan and other conflict zones. this former mortgage broker from oakland, california, has found a way to get them equipment and other things they need quickly and directly without going through the military. nbc's mike taibbi has his story tonight. >> reporter: you won't see aaron nearborn featured in one of the pentagon's recruiting commercials. >> boxing those up, getting those out today. >> reporter: but what he has been doing for two years in this vast, unheated warehouse in oakland, california, has provided crucial supplies for thousands of men and women in uniform and in harm's way. trauma kits and stretchers. ballistic eye protection. and tarps to repair ripped tents. spare parts for a failing generator that would have taken months for the regular supply chain to provide. >> this generator powers their communications, their intelligence, their daily operations, everything. we're literally able to ship it to them within 72 hours. >> reporter: it all started when one of nearborn's marine pals deployed to afghanistan and asked for some needed items. nearborn sent them.
scheduled to close because of the budget crunch. >> only on 2 this afternoon, the oakland police department is looking for men and women who have what it takes to join their ranks. the department started the first phase of its hiring process this morning looking for new officer trainees. apply can'ts took a physical agility test to see if they're fit enough for the job. the department is seriously short staffed and is hoping to change that. >> it's part of the chief and the city's initiative for 2013 to increase our resources and help us fight crime here in the city. >> applicants who pass the test will then have to take a written test and if they pass that, they will be brought before a panel for an interview. >> san jose fire investigators are calling today's fire inside a cannabis club suspicious. it broke out at about 4:30 this morning. security cameras showed smoke inside the medical marijuana pa silty. fire crews found a window broken and smelled gasoline. the manager said surveillance video shows the man breaking the window. no one was hurt and nothing was taken and thanks to a sprin
. >> reporter: i only had to look as far as my hair dresser, madrid johnson in oakland. he's been battling the symptoms since after christmas. >> if anything makings me leave work and have to go home, it's serious. >> reporter: doctors called this strain h3 n2. >> it happens to cause more symptom thanes some of the other strengths -- symptoms than some of the others. >> reporter: he has been tracking the strain. the virus swept the country from the eastern seaboard to california unusually quickly. >> the typical peak happens mid-february for us, in most years. this year is about a month and a half earlier than expected. >> reporter: last week, close to 300 californians tested positive for the flu. doctors don't know why it's spreading so rapidly. but the rules are the same: wash your hands. if you come down with the virus, stay home and see a doctor. and get a flu shot. >> i don't particularly believe in flu shots. >> reporter: that means you, madrid! >> for more information and free resources, go to cbse sf.com. the state attorney >>> the tens of millions of dollars hidden from the state
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the marchers. we have that stuff in high places. the mayor of oakland and san francisco and more civil and here is a case reaching out and not pushing off. a mayor who is embracing, not finger pointing so we must do all of this together. i urge you in the challenging and closing days of this struggle is a mood of the season and high expectation and low resources that we [inaudible] in anxiety and jesus christ. maybe we're looking for the wrong reason for the season. maybe there is the struggle of values what matters the most your son being alive and going to church and not a funeral. maybe we have a power that we must unleash. we have the power not to kill each other right now. we have the power not to shoot each other right now. we have the power not to consume drugs right now. we have the power to take our children to school right now. [inaudible] from other programs. we can change this right now. and those that go to school tend to stay and those that stay tend to graduate so to make this really happen we need parents and teachers and ministers and professionals and athletes and pol
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today because the clouds will continue to roll in before the rain. 45 in oakland, 39 in napa. still a chilly start and still within a few degrees of freezing. and if you're in fairfield, you're below freezing and 34 in livermore and down into areas of mountain view, 32. so mostly gray skies and a cool start to the day. and the winds light and they'll increase this morning. and with the front that you see back here, 150 miles off the coastline, we'll come to gusty conditions, ten to 20 miles an hour expected in the afternoon and then those winds will actually subside. so this is what to come for your saturday. let me show you when i expect the rain to arrive. we're dry for the time being. and if you have errands to run and you don't like to do it in the rain do it early. by 2:00 it will move into the north bay and crossing over into the bay area and widespread over the north bay at 3:00. 4:00 in livermore and 5:00 into the central valley and dinnertime we're all getting wet. evening hours, scattered showers in the forecast and they'll remain into tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon
at dulles. if you are looking for the colder air, head out to western maryland. oakland at 28 degrees. we have been watching a fast- that wi move during thelantic t hours. the clouds are beginning to increase. these clouds will allow for a snow showers and rain showers to develop. i'm confident this will not be moveddeal when we hours ande overnight into early tomorrow morning. the best chances for seeing well to the north of d.c. for this evening, our sunset is 5:00.ter we are gaining about one minute daylight from this point forward until the middle of june. temperatures will be in the nerdy's. -- 30's. we will look for more sunshine as he moved through the day tomorrow. the whole forecast coming up in a few minutes. thank you for that update. a man is in the a man stabbed in the neck and in the head this afternoon is in the hospital tonight. he was stabbed multiple times. .e was taken to the hospital the suspect is in custody and charged with assault with a deadly weapon. it is unclear whether the men knew each other. an investigation is underway of ascover the identity person. police
, multiple departments. >> example, in oakland, they only submit the job. san jose also submit a job. los angeles also submit a job. it's a little bit different in our case. therefore we are still looking, doesn't mean we give up the idea. >> great. >> deputy director sweeney, you were just going to say --. >> i think if we ever came across a system or heard of a system that's worked, bring it to us and talk to us about it. >> we had los angeles building and safety up two months ago and i showed them the fifth floor, they were very surprised about the ease with which you can come in. they say you make an appointment and you come in at 11:00, 10 after 11:00 and you meet the building inspector or the engineer, then you can go over the counter, but you have to have an appointment. second thing they were surprised about is some of the size of the jobs that we'll plan check over the counter. oakland, everything comes in and they turn it around and they give you a date to come pick it up. and san jose, as tom said, it's by appointment only. so we are kind of unique where we have a large fl
going on. perhaps even worse than san francisco or oakland or san jose, but i can't rest on the lores that we might be better in employment. we might be better not having that many homicides but we lost a lot of the african-american community in the last 10-20 years. we lost the redevelopment agency that gave a lot of promises. i am trying to keep those promises, but i've got to find more and better ways to interrupt the violence, and i want today to register a personal appeal to our religious leaders to help me do that, find ways. i suspect it's not about money. it's not about numbers of jobs. it's about who we talk about and who we relate to, and how can we penetrate barriers or vacuums where there is no conversations going on? how do we talk to kids that don't have a mother or father? who are they talking with? how do we talk with their aunts or grandparents or brothers or sisters and tell them that we care and get them into a conversation with us. how about putting down the guns? what is it that they need from us to assure them that we have a safe passage for them to be
cards for their members from coast-to-coast. today the mobile group is in oakland on international boulevard. they will issue photo id cards starting at 10:00 this morning until 5:00 this average. there will be a general meeting from noon to three. cards are similar to driver's licenses and qualify as photo i.d.. california is home to nearly 20,000 cherokee citizens. >>> he seems to be unstoppable. a serial con-man who prays on drivers along the embarcadero in san francisco. abc7 news first reported on him in 2011 after an arrest, but he's still on the streets. now with the america's cup coming and more possible victims, the question is how can he be stopped? abc7 news reporter vic lee with the story you will only see on abc7 news. >>> this is maybe the most prolific petty theft criminal in san francisco. police have arrested or made contact with him more than 50 times. this is his wrap sheet. twelve pages long. almost every time he's arrested he spends a short time in jail, then he's back on the streets doing what he does best. he goes to unattended parking lots with pay stations
issuing citizenship cards to the 315,000 members and today the mobile registration group is in oakland at the intertribal friendship house. they will issue photo i.d. cards from 10:00 to 5:00 today. california is home to nearly 20,000 cherokee citizens. >> he seems to be unstoppable. a serial con man that preys on drivers in san francisco. he is still on the streets and now america cup coming, the question is, how can a he be stopped? >> reporter: this is be the most prolific petty theft criminal in san francisco. >> police have made contact with him more than 50 times. this is his rap sheet. it's 12 pages long. >> er time he is arrested he spends a short time in jail and then he is back on the streets. he goes to unattended parking lots along the embarcadero. he poses as an attendant and collects money from drivers, making things worse, the drivers often wind up with a ticket on their windshield from parking monitors who check. she he was caught on a security camera as parking attendants grashd him. again he was arrested but back to the streets just a few days later. >> this type of a
-to-coast. today the mobile registration group is in oakland on international boulevard. they will issue photo id cards starting at 10:00 this morning afternoon. there will be a general meeting from noon to three. cards are similar to driver's licenses and qualify as photo i.d. california is home to nearly 20,000 cherokee citizens. >>> he seems to be unstoppable. a serial con-man who prays on drivers along the embarcadero in san francisco. abc7 news first reported on him in 2011 after an arrest, but he's still on the streets. now with the america's cup coming and more possible victims, the question is how can he be stopped? abc7 news reporter vic lee with the story you will only see on abc7 news. >>> this is maybe the most prolific petty theft criminal in san francisco. police have arrested or made contact with him more than 50 times. this is his wrap sheet. twelve pages long. almost every time he's arrested he spends a short time in jail, then he's back on the streets doing what he does best. he goes to unattended parking lots with pay stations along the embarcadero. he poses as an attendant and
speaker. >> good evening. my name is barbara tangori. i've been living across the bay in oakland for several decades, but i do come back and forth, working on several campaigns. but i'm here tonight particularly for one person, who impressed me tremendously for her gutsy vote for sheriff ross mirkarimi to go back to work as sheriff of this city. christina olague, you were appointed into the position. you took a risk, and i admire you for your principle, rather than the political part of it. thank you very much. and i wish you all the very best. and i'm so glad i was here tonight because i heard a lot of wonderful things. i've never talked top pu i've never met you. i've never even crossed the aisle with you, you know, anywhere. so thank you so much. and i wish you all the very best. and supervisor kim, i was very much surprised. thank you for your vote. supervisor avalos and supervisor campos, i always thought, from the very beginning, because all we needed was just two supervisor votes, to bring him back as sheriff. thank you so very much. and i'm -- asked one of the sheriffs he
under contract. we do not have our own helicopters in oakland or san francisco itself, as was already mentioned to, san francisco is very difficult to get to in the case of a major event. it's either going to be getting people in or obviously getting across the bridges and getting material in. while we have the transport ability on the ground we don't have a lot of aircraft capability. most of our facilities wouldn't come in via aircraft anyway. the services we need, it's not typically getting the people, it's getting to the location you need to do the work. while we can drop folks via helicopter, we do that on a pretty regular basis during fires and storms up in the mountains, it's going to be able to get the roads clear and get the bridges open or get access into the location for which we need to get to. in fact, we suffered tlie that in a lot of the big cities just even during commute times if there's a minor emergency getting tlau and we have a relationship with the city here in san francisco where the fire department and the first responders have reached out to us and will h
enough in 1991 the largest fatal wild fire incident occurred just down the road here in oakland with a santa anna wind event. some of you may be familiar with that. within california we utilize an approach of local jurisdictions, state jurisdiction and federal jurisdiction, depending on the area and whoever has authority. with respect to cal fire, we are the third largest fire department in the nation and the largest in california with over 7,000 uniformed employees. we also have the largest aerial fire fighting nreed in the world. so typically when a large disaster type fire occurs, we are usually rendering aid, not asking for aid. so when we get into a situation when we get to that level, what we call mega fires is the new term we're using, we're reach a certain draw down level or certain criteria, we reach out to our military coordinators, hence our agreement with the third nraet and the one map locally in san francisco under ir cal fire prides itself on a statistic that we contain 97 percent of all wild fires in california with 10 acres or less and we do this with an aggr
to improve interoperatability communications with the city. if we were needing assistance from oakland police department and they needed to come into san francisco, we have a really good structure to be able to implement interoperatable communications over the radio. but with the military this is a whole new set of radio frequencies, radio technology, even before the planning we didn't know what they had. it took us several planning opportunities and meetings to flush through some of that information and one of the biggest take aways for us, as a city we're required to have a tactical interoperatable communications plan. it describes how you interoperate in an emergency or an event within the city as well as regional partners. we don't have that with military and i think that's one of the biggest take aways, we need to really flesh out a document so we have captured who our contacts are, what technology they are going to bring to the table and start that initial planning from the get-go. we also had some technical challenges with land mobile radio. you know, we have the coverage issues, b
ridge stered this morning, san francisco talking it oakland, talking to this ship, talking over cellular, talking across and with different networks. the challenge for interoperatability is beginning to be met, i would say, the challenge for interoperatability at the same time is about to get much greater. we as a nation are about to embark on the most ambitous, most challenging communications endeavor that we have ever attempted, which is the creating of purse net, the public safety broad band or 4g network. and with that brings the promise of new challenges for sure in interoperatability and new capabilities that we have never had before. in fact, no other country is as far along as we are, even though we're just starting. what we see is the opportunity there to interoperate in many different ways than just voice as we have in the past. the challenge for us in the future will be the challenge of connectivity where we can connect wide band or narrow band voice or data or video across different systems. again, all of this is based on using internet protocol. one of the things that we
will eventually start with the 30's. santa rosa, concord, pleasanton. upper 40's and oakland. the afternoon highs for bringing us 50s across the board. upper 50s for the east bayshore with 56 degrees and san mateo. 58 in the san jose as we take a look your kron 4 7 day around the bay we are showing that once we get past this wet weather there is a dry start. a another chance of showers on wednesday. >> and a reminder, starting tomorrow. no more free metered parking on sundays drivers have to feed the meters from noon to six p=m or risk getting a ticket. some small business owners say the move could keep customers away. but others argue it could free up more parking. since drivers will no longer be able to take up a space all day long. officers won't start ticketing for sunday parking tickets until january 27th. but after that - a ticket will cost nearly 60 dollars. the change is expected bring in 2-million dollars a year to the city of san francisco. >> and more money woes to talk about. a new report reveals employees with the state department of parks and recreation intentionally hid millions of
understaff oakland police department is in the process of testing new applicants. opd has started their physical testing. it's part of the city's initiative to hire more officers to help reduce crime this year. >> we want to definitely beef up our short staff. we're definitely shorthanded here and we definitely want to increase our numbers for 2013. >> applicants to successfully complete the agility test will be given a written test. if they pass that they will be brought before a panel. >> police say delays due to logistical issues and a limited number of field officers. each academy graduates about 40 cadets. >>> a new report accuses top state park officials of knowingly hiding millions of the dollars for more than a decade. the california attorney general's office says park officials continue their quote intentional nondisclosure because they were afraid of budget cuts. the money may have been hidden as long as 14 years. at the time up to 70 parks were slated for closure due to budget cuts. >>> there's some startling new information about last year's massive fire at chevron's r
. temperature readings right now mainly in the 40's. 44 san rafael. 45 oakland 39 concord and chilly spots fairfield in a relatively mild 50 degrees here in san francisco. and these are our forecast feature. rain arrives tomorrow and pretty wet day for most of the day in the evening hours. few showers trailing behind on sunday morning then partial clearing at least for much of the day on sunday and sunny milder on monday tuesday. low drop down to 34 at nap a.35 santa rosa. 32 in fairfield. chilly but not the kind of frigid cold weather we had the last few overnight and early mornings. satellite image shows high pressure weakening now giving way to advancing cold front springing up big mass of includes and moisture with it. and rain from this system that will arrive tomorrow. forecast animation 9:00 o'clock tomorrow morning at that point we see more clouds than we have now and a little bit of rain beginning to touch parts of the north bay. but by later in the day 1:00 o'clock in the afternoon or so 2:00 o'clock we see rain beginning to spread from north to south down past the golden
complaints to san jose police. >>> the chronically understaff oakland police department is in the process of testing new applicants. opd has started their physical testing. it's part of the city's initiative to hire more officers to help reduce crime this year. >> we want to definitely beef up our short staff. we're definitely shorthanded here and we definitely want to increase our numbers for 2013. >> applicants to successfully complete the agility test will be given a written test. if they pass that they will be brought before a panel. >> police say delays due to logistical issues and a limited number of field officers. each academy graduates about 40 cadets. >>> a new report accuses top state park officials of knowingly hiding millions of the dollars for more than a decade. the california attorney general's office says park officials continue their quote intentional nondisclosure because they were afraid of budget cuts. the money may have been hidden as long as 14 years. at the time up to 70 parks were slated for closure due to budget cuts. >>> there's some startling new information ab
them for quite a few--a number of years. c-span: where do they live? >> guest: they live in oakland, california, where nell grew up and mrs. irvin, who is an author herself, told me the story of the year she and her husband--several years, i'm sorry--spent in ghana. and this is one of those--those big things in african community, the sort of going back to africa. and, you know, just how emotional it was and how that changed them in their perception of america and africa. c-span: and nell painter was there with them, was with her parents. >> guest: nell joined them for a while, too, yes, yes. c-span: i know because we talked about that. >> guest: yes. c-span: and what did they--after being in africa, did they have any different conclusions than the other people you talked to about being black and in america? >> guest: well, i mean, i think they had a deeper appreciation for what the entire diaspora--diaspora means and that whole experience is. i mean, they, you know, realized that there were tremendous cultural differences between africa and america and so she--ms. painter and then m
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